Cartography of a Community
2021 Poet in Residence
Cartography of a Community is a collaboration between poet-in-residence, Catherine Kineavy, Art Produce, and community participants, including other visual, performing, and literary artists. "Using poetry, we will map out individual lives and the lives of the community members who gather for this project. In other words, together we will all become cartographers (map makers) of our lives and give meaning to our experiences through poetry."
Upcoming Poetry Workshop: April 10th 10am-12pm
The People’s Poetry: Cultivating Civic Imagination in a Democracy
Upcoming Poetry Conversations:
April 17th 10am w/Julia Alvarez
April 21st 6pm w/Gayle Brandeis
Learn more about the project HERE!
Gallery Artist in Residence
April 6 to May 15 2021
"I want to explore the gallery as a literal extension of my art studio practice - the perfect opportunity to share work in progress and my art making process.
My approach will be very experimental and the work may fluctuate between 2-dimensional to sculptural and/or a site-specific installation." Learn more.
Explore - Interact - Engage
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Watch to see what our 2020 Artists in Residence made happen!
Meet our 2021 AiR Cohort of 13 artists HERE!
**We are now featuring an online Gallery of works for sale by our 2021 AiR Cohort. Visit the online Gallery HERE and support local artists!**
Watch: Poetry Soap Box Series!
In the tradition of the SoapBox orators of the women’s movement, labor movement, and civil rights movement, 16 artists from San Diego participated in the Poetry Soap Box Series in early December.
Watch their contributions HERE!
Looking for fun activities to do with the whole family at home?
Check out our Make It Yourself/ At Home videos and our Art Produce Community Coloring Book!
The 2020 AiR+ Journal
This journal provides a glimpse into the most solitary pursuits of our 2020 Artists in Residence while highlighting what has always been part of the Art Produce ethos—that art is work, that artists need space, and art-making fosters connection. Get a copy today and support Art Produce!